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|03-25-2015 12:46 PM|
|mrproffitt||I didn't buy a challenger for the warranty, I got it to have fun and do burn outs.|
|03-25-2015 09:25 AM|
|03-25-2015 08:15 AM|
|03-24-2015 01:49 PM|
|mrproffitt||The articles did not say the reason for selling their Hellcats. Most likely for some huge profit as there in short suppy for some reason.|
|03-24-2015 12:49 PM|
|03-24-2015 08:59 AM|
|mrproffitt||For the price to horsepower ratio, probably a Nissan Z car or a Genisis. But you can be sure I will do plenty of research on my next car brand. There are way better cars with way more horsepowered engines for the same price or less than anything Dodge now has. Just read an article on a 2015 "yellow label" mustang salleen with 715 horsepower with a 302 engine for 56k brand new and convertible. I've even read several articles of people with hell cats selling them already.|
|03-24-2015 08:45 AM|
Any ideas on what brand and make of vehicle you will get next?
Chev. Corvette? Ford Mustang? Toyota?
|03-24-2015 08:27 AM|
It's been a year now on mine since my BS with Dodge on this when they canceled my warranty over wanting pictures of those timing chain parts at the beginning of all this. But you know what, I did my own timing chain with 13k on the clock and I'm now at 44k. No leaks, no damaged radiator, no issues. But also never been back to any dealerships. In fact, Dodge contacted me last week about this again and how my "customer service experience" was with this issue. I promptly told Mr Steve Stander to piss off and I'll never buy another Dodge. Me, my wife, mother and father-in-law have 6 new Dodges between us, and no one will ever buy one again due to poor service and treating all of us like we are piss ants.
I got a letter from one dealership apologizing for my service treatment and I drew a picture of a face with a Peter in its mouth and mailed it back. Haven't gotten a response back, but I'm waiting
|03-23-2015 07:26 PM|
The warranty work for the timing chain was done in my Challenger, before I owned it, in Dec 14 at around 83,000 miles on it. I'm surprised it didn't break on a previous owner. Yesterday (3/22/15) it overheated. Took it into the dealer today expecting it to be the water pump. Nope, small leak in the radiator. I talked to the tech and he said he suspected when the timing chain work was done, and he had the records about the recall work being done in Fredericksburg, VA in front of him, that they didn't put up a piece of cardboard as a guard to protect the radiator like they are supposed to while doing the work. I requested the old radiator and I have it. There are a bunch of dings to it on the engine side. Cost me $992. Wish I had been able to take it in for the recall work where I know the mechanics are very good (Safford in Springfield, VA).
|02-25-2015 05:09 PM|
Money can make the world go around somewhere else if a company isn't careful.
I am grateful that Chrysler finally came through, but I'm still a little gun shy. I'll always be a Mopar fan though even if it has to be only nostalgic.
I think they hit it out of the park with the Hellcat. That's how to win us back!
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